Digital Tax

European Parliament approves new framework for digital taxation: consumers will pay the bill

CONTACT: Bill Wirtz Policy Analyst Consumer Choice Center European Parliament approves new framework for digital taxation: consumers will pay the bill Brussels, BE – In an attempt to create a “clear and fair” corporate tax regime for the European Union, the European Parliament approved a resolution for a tax plan which will identify the “digital presence” of […]

Europe has the potential to become the global blockchain powerhouse – Let’s not miss it!

VOCAL EUROPE: The last year marked unseen price surges of cryptocurrencies. Now 2018 seems to challenge Bitcoin and Co. on how resilient these innovations and their investors will be. Though blockchain is famous for creating a new class of millionaires it provides many applications beyond mere cryptocurrencies including identification, verification, immutable databases and many more.

Poll: Consumers say ‘hands off’ cryptocurrency, Bitcoin and Blockchain

CONTACT: Frederik Roeder Managing Director Consumer Choice Center 8. February 2018 Poll: Consumers say ‘hands off’ cryptocurrency, Bitcoin and Blockchain BERLIN, DE – In an online Twitter poll conducted by the Consumer Choice Center, 85 percent of respondents say they don’t want governments slowing down consumer innovation by outlawing cryptocurrencies and blockchain businesses. While not a scientific survey, […]

Congress Must Act On Privacy

MORNING CONSULT: The digital revolution has transformed the way we live. Now it’s time for our privacy laws to reflect that.

Eine Digitalsteuer wäre nur eine weitere Steuer, die dem Verbraucher schadet

PEACE LOVE LIBERTY MAGAZIN: Online-Dienste könnten zukünftig auf ihren Umsatz besteuert werden, nicht auf ihre Gewinne. Neben den Finanzministern aus Frankreichs, Deutschlands, Italiens und Spaniens fordert jetzt auch der Ratsvorsitzende aus Estland eine solche Steuer.

A ‘digital tax’ is just another burden on consumers

EURACTIV: The idea of attempting to massively tax online businesses is not a promising objective, neither for the states nor their consumers.

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